Courtesy Reuters

No Peace in Jerusalem

By David Anthony Abruzzi and Stephanie London

To the Editor:

L. Carl Brown begins his review of Lords of the Land ("Recent Books on International Relations," January/February 2008) this way: "After the Six-Day War, Israel could have negotiated a restoration of the territories conquered in return for a definitive peace settlement with its Arab neighbors." Really? When was that? Was that before or after the Khartoum resolution of September 1, 1967, when eight Arab heads of state committed themselves to "no peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, no negotiations with it"? Even after the intervening years, there is still no Arab consensus for peace with Israel as a Jewish state.

DAVID ANTHONY ABRUZZI

Stephanie London

Beverly Hills, California

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